All Posts Tagged With: "french country travel life memoirs"

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October Walnuts

  October Walnuts– They’re all over the place. In October. As I mentioned in my last post. Along every country road. Or lane where a walnuter hangs over fence. Free for the gathering. And, unlike cherries or other “found ” fruit, the walnuts of October, have a longer(non-shelf) life. Nestled under leaves and tall grass. […]

12Nov2021 | | 0 comments | Continued
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October in France

  October in France. Good time to visit? Well, although October isn’t the season that France is on the minds of most travellers….it does have a few things going for it. But then, being a (adopted)native I most certaintly am predjudiced. And happily admit it. For me, the major advantage to visiting France in the […]

23Oct2021 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Bicycle Gourmet Christopher Strong’s Big Cheese Fiesta

  The Bicycle Gourmet has said, many times, that  its debateable whether France is most famous for it’s wine, or It’s cheeses. But both are absoultely worth discovering. You can taste cheeses in any of the 7 cities where cheese festivals are held, but the most popular is probably Nice. If you have a taste […]

1Apr2021 | | 0 comments | Continued